SEOUL, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's second-largest auto maker, said on Monday it had appointed a new chief executive officer as part of a broader management reshuffle. The new CEO, Yoon Kook-jin, joined Kia in 1998 from affiliate Hyundai Motor Co , the country's largest auto maker, Kia said in a statement. His previous role was senior executive vice president in charge of management support at Kia, it said. Previous CEO, Kim Noi-myung, has been promoted to vice ...
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